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Marian Hossa tallied two goals before leaving Tuesday’s game in the third period after taking an elbow to the head from the Canucks Jannik Hansen.

Hossa lay motionless on the ice for a few minutes before hobbling off to the locker room. The incident was reminiscent of last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs when Raffi Torres leveled Hossa knocking him out of the series with a concussion. The Blackhawks have yet to release any information about the extent of the injury, but hopefully he won’t experience similar symptoms as last year. "He seemed OK but we’ll know more tomorrow. There’s a major concern [considering his past], so hopefully he's OK," Chicago Head Coach Joel Quenneville said after the game. As for Hansen, the NHL will likely look into the hit tomorrow and determine whether disciplinary action is needed. We'll keep you updated as we hear more tomorrow.
Tue, Feb 19, 2013 11:47:00 PM

Mika Zibanejad and Milan Michalek will sit Tuesday night against St. Louis as Colin Greening and Erik Condra tag in.

Condra will will take the left slot with David Legwand and Chris Neil on the second line, while Greening will take the fourth line's left wing with Curtis Lazar and Mark Stone. It is not yet known if Zibanejad and Michalek are sick, hurt, or simply being benched, but we will keep you posted as that news unfurls.
Nov 25 - 7:43 PM

Alex Tanguay (face) will not be available to play on Tuesday after all.

Tanguay was initially projected to return, but he's still experiencing pain and his vision is blurred. If there's a silver lining, it's that he took part in Tuesday's morning skate. This will be his second straight game on the sidelines.
Source: Denver Post
Nov 25 - 4:02 PM

Ryan McDonagh (shoulder) took part in Tuesday's practice.

Rangers coach Alain Vigneault was impressed with how McDonagh performed. McDonagh won't be available on Wednesday, but he should return within the next week.
Nov 25 - 3:50 PM

To the surprise of no one, Sidney Crosby has more all-star votes than any other forward so far.

Crosby is one of the league's most popular players and is off to a great start with nine goals and 29 points in 20 games this season, so his place atop the list is to be expected. With 87,858 votes, Crosby is beating Chicago Blackhawks forwards Patrick Kane (73,551) and Jonathan Toews (71,734). Jakub Voracek is deserving of more attention than he's gotten though as he has just 27,826 votes despite being tied with Crosby at 29 points in 20 contests.
Source: NHL.com
Nov 25 - 3:42 PM

Carey Price has gotten more love from the fans than any other goaltender so far in the All-Star voting.

Price has 83,612 votes, which puts him ahead of Corey Crawford (51,121) and Henrik Lundqvist (42,857). Price has been one of the league's top goaltenders this season with a 2.35 GAA and .922 save percentage in 18 starts. The best netminder thus far has arguably been Pekka Rinne though. Rinne has a 1.92 GAA and .930 save percentage in 17 contests, but he currently ranks sixth with 29,923 votes.
Source: NHL.com
Nov 25 - 3:39 PM

P.K. Subban has received more All-Star votes than any other player so far.

With 100,133 votes, Subban is cruising to first place among defensemen. Duncan Keith (66,723) and Kris Letang (51,052) occupy the second and third spots respectively. Subban is a Norris Trophy winner as well as a great offensive threat, although Mark Giordano deserves more love after recording 23 points in 22 games. Workhorses Drew Doughty (28:58 minutes per game) and Ryan Suter (29:13 minutes per game) are arguably deserving of more votes as well. Of the players mentioned, Suter is the worst off with just 19,270 votes so far.
Source: NHL.com
Nov 25 - 3:35 PM

Viktor Fasth is projected to start for Edmonton on Tuesday.

That's based on the fact that Fasth was the first goaltender off the ice Tuesday morning. He has a 3.37 GAA and .890 save percentage in eight contests in 2014-15.
Nov 25 - 2:15 PM

Joffrey Lupul is ready to return from a broken hand.

Lupul will play against Pittsburgh on Wednesday after missing roughly a month due to the injury. He has two goals and three points in nine games this season.
Nov 25 - 1:43 PM

Martin Jones will probably play between the pipes on Tuesday.

Jones was the first goaltender off the ice Tuesday morning, which is usually a good indicator of who the starter will be. He has a 1.83 GAA and .928 save percentage in four contests this season.
Nov 25 - 1:16 PM

Robin Lehner will start for Ottawa on Tuesday.

Lehner will be going for his second win in three starts. He has a 2.85 GAA and .916 save percentage in eight games this season. The Senators have high hopes for Lehner in the long run, but so far Craig Anderson has outplayed him in 2014-15.
Nov 25 - 1:14 PM

Tobias Enstrom has sustained a lower-body injury.

Enstrom is regarded as day-to-day, according to coach Paul Maurice. Enstrom has a goal and nine points in 22 contests in 2014-15.
Nov 25 - 12:53 PM




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